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Water Drop Macro Tutorial

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By Jules1983   |   Watch
Published: August 24, 2009
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There's nothing new to be found in this tutorial, just thought I'd put one together real quick.


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Jules1983Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you :)
Emprison's avatar
This is freaking awesome! Your freaking awesome!
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:blushes:
Cheidi's avatar
How to change the background color?:D
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ArwenArtsProfessional Photographer
Thank you very much! :clap:
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Elanor90Hobbyist Photographer
thank you so much! I love macro shooting and this tutorial is just as water for me :aww:
DriftAngel's avatar
I have exactly the same apple juice and eye dropper tool at home. :D
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Jules1983Hobbyist Photographer
Ha well now that is just PERFECT :D
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amosbeckProfessional Photographer
it's very relieving to see that other photographers can create beautiful shots without expensive equipment.
I've been looking into alternatives for now until I can buy an external flash, and your juicebox flash extender looks amazing.
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Jules1983Hobbyist Photographer
It's really so simple, and helps so much :)
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Can't wait to try this. ^_^ Thank you!
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m-yangHobbyist Photographer
Your "Do It Yourself" tutorials are so fun and... Cool! Nice work.
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Jules1983Hobbyist Photographer
Glad to hear that! :D I hope I can think of a few more things to post.
emmbbee's avatar
A big thank you for the info ;)
Regards
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da-philHobbyist Photographer
very inspiring tutorial, thanks for sharing ;)
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Glad you find it helpful :D
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TizianaCphotographyHobbyist Photographer
Simply amazing!
LiquidKrystal's avatar
Sorry to bother you, but how do you use macro filters on cameras? I understand that they help you get a better macro shot, but where does it actually go?
Great tutorial by the way! :aww:
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Jules1983Hobbyist Photographer
You screw them on the top end of your lens. Usually you would then need to auto-focus, but it's easy to get used to that :)
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Tina--Louise Photographer
Apple juice from Lidl by any chance?

Can't wait to try this out too, so glad you put your camera settings up. Its good to know how people go about taking their photos.
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Jules1983Hobbyist Photographer
Multivitamin juice :D
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